February 3, 2017 Subject:
cool show, creative jerry
this could easily be a 5 star but gave it a 4 -- but regardless plenty of hot, interesting playing... the terrapin outro jam pre-drums goes back into terrapin coda before going right into drums -- never heard that before...
and jerry's initial jamming on throwin' stones is really cool w/ atonal chords and then into a great stretch playing off bobby and phil. different-sounding material here as well. would say throwing stones is a must listen.
February 12, 2016 Subject:
Some tasty tidbits
This was the start of an historic short tour through the inter-mountain west that was wicked hot.
This show features a text book 1983 first set which has a poetic Candyman, a perfect Esau, a raucous Tennessee Jed and a very strong ending tri fecta of Lazy Lightning> Supplication> Deal.
The first half of the second set is a high light with Touch of Grey still more heavy than the pop song it would become in latter years. Samson is ripping and up next is a gorgeous Terrapin with the previously mentioned reprise after a surprisingly long jam before drumz.
The post space is fun too with a very strong Wharf Rat following NFA.
The Sugar Magnolia is slight disjointed but they end it with a raving SSDD and end the the night with a sweet Brokedown.
Only wish is the sound quality could be better.
September 15, 2014 Subject:
November 19, 2013 Subject:
best sorce for this show
This sounds good. Solid show.
May 3, 2013 Subject:
Bobby was feeling like a stranger, to those lyrics
Wow, perhaps the worst butchering of lyrics I have ever heard in a Dead performance, including Jerry's zombie years. Bobby effectively sings the wrong verses/words for three separate verses of "Feel Like a Stranger," back-to-back. Hilarious! Jerry makes up for it with some freaking killer Mutron soloing. A classic '83 run, great tape.
February 17, 2011 Subject:
This seems to be the best source for this show, including the soundboard.
Hot show. Check out the reprise back into Terrapin right before drums. Nice!
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